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Human, All Too Human by Friedrich Nietzsche
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May 06, 11

bookshelves: philosophy, nietzsche
Read in May, 2011

Who knew that the early Nietzsche could be so likable? The Nietzsche of Human, All Too Human is the funny guy at the cocktail party, who deploys his zingers against religion, art, society, and other such things. If we were Victorians, we'd call him a popinjay. Nowadays, we'd say he's a little like Christopher Hitchens or something. Later Nietzsche, just a douchebag. Early Nietzsche, hilarious! And OK with other humans!

It's hard to call this philosophy. There's no system. I don't however, have a shelf for "funny things I'd like to highlight," so that's as good as we're going to get.
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